United Campground

1322 Animas View Dr, Durango, Colorado, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 1322 Animas View Dr, Durango, is near Historic Downtown Durango, Animas River, The Colorado Trail, and Animas Museum.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews United Campground Durango

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    Travel Blogs from Durango

    More Mesa Verde & On To Durango

    A travel blog entry by bushaw on May 24, 2013

    3 comments, 7 photos

    ... before the train does. We think they'll be racing against the 8:00 train which is the one we'll be on, so this might be an interesting bonus. Of course, the bicyclists will be on the highway so we probably won't see much of them except maybe at the start and the finish... Train... Check. Lodging... Check. Dinner... Next... Upon the recommendation of our host at the Wapati Lodge, we decided to have dinner at the Diamond Belle Saloon ...

    Volunteering (or trying to)

    A travel blog entry by spoons1 on Aug 19, 2012

    5 photos

    ... a rise coming up to Lizard Head Pass, we found a spot to spray "Shut Up Legs", which Jens has written on his top tube.

    We arrived in Telluride around 4:30, and made ourselves at home with Sara & Mike. I had a little travel agent stuff to do, but once that was done, we could go grab some dinner, which we did. Sara also gave me my very first cycling jersey for my birthday -- so awesome!!!!

    Durango, Silverton and Ouray - Colorado - Wow!

    A travel blog entry by steeles-rvtrip on Apr 22, 2012

    4 comments, 43 photos

    ... I have been getting a lot of headaches during the past week, & found out that when at high altitude, if a person is not used to it, they need to drink plenty of water. It is called 'altitude sickness', & it can occur when in areas above 8000ft (2,400metres), headaches being one of the symptoms. During the week we had been to areas as high as 11,500ft, which is higher than any mountains in Australia, so after we ...